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Cathedrals are some of the most beautiful buildings in the world – and some of the most astounding performance venues. But do you ever look up to notice the intricate beauty of their ceilings?
This photo taken in December 2014, shows the cardboard tube roof beams of the Christchurch Cardboard Cathedral building, designed by award-winning Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. The structure was a temporary replacement for the 1881 Anglican cathedral destroyed in the February 2011 quake. Photo: Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images)
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